Overview ↑ Back to top
Gallery Captions for WooCommerce adds captions to the photo gallery on WooCommerce’s the single-product pages.
The currently displayed image’s Title and Caption are displayed below the image, both on the page and in the expanded lightbox view.
Installation ↑ Back to top
Install the extension by going to the Plugins section of your WordPress Admin, click the Add New button beside the title, click the Upload Plugin button beside the title of the next page, choose the ZIP file you downloaded after purchasing Gallery Captions for WooCommerce, and click the Install Now button.
Once the plugin is installed you will be given the option to activate it. It must be activated to work. If you choose not to activate it now you can later by going to Plugins in your WordPress Admin and clicking the Activate link below Gallery Captions for WooCommerce.
Configuration ↑ Back to top
No configuration is required, or possible. If the plugin is activated captions will be shown, if not no captions will be shown.
Styling ↑ Back to top
No styling is included, but there’s a pretty good chance it’ll look good without anything special. If it doesn’t look quite how you want you can add styles to your theme’s stylesheet or to the WordPress’s custom CSS feature, (go to Appearance > Customize > Additional CSS in the WordPress Admin).
The markup for the captions looks like this:
<div class="gcw-caption"> <h5>The image title goes here</h5> <p>The image caption goes here</p> </div>
If either the title or caption is empty then the entire
p is omitted.
Frequently Asked Questions ↑ Back to top
How do I configure the captions? ↑ Back to top
The only configuration is turning the captions on or off. This is accomplished by activating or deactivating the extension on the Plugins page of the WordPress admin.
How do I set the captions? ↑ Back to top
The captions are the image’s title and caption. You can edit these in the “Media” section of your WordPress Admin, or when updating the photo gallery for your product.
Troubleshooting ↑ Back to top
Image captions may be hidden when different variations are selected ↑ Back to top
If product image magnification is on WooCommerce doesn’t seem to update the height of the element that contains the images when swapping to a new variation image, so if the new image is taller than the old one some of the content below the image, (and part of the new image itself), may be hidden.
Until this is fixed in WooCommerce the best option is to keep images the same height, or at least the same aspect ratio, (so all square, or all 4:3).